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Nanna’s Anzac Biscuits

One lonely Anzac biscuit left after our Piano Party!

What do you do to create a little magic in your studio or at recitals? In my studio we have many things like “Carly’s fabulous music box”, Piano Parties, piano friends, scratch & sniff stickers (these are very popular!) and Nanna’s Anzacs.

At every home recital or piano party or even if our studio is hosting an examination session, I make my Nanna’s Anzac biscuits. This started happening just as something I made for the exam sessions to fill the studio with a lovely comforting smell to try and ease the exam jitters and for a post-exam treat. Soon students began requesting them at our events. One boy in particular said he would only come and play in front of everyone if I made Nanna’s biscuits! Now it has become an ‘in’ joke for our studio and something that the students enjoy having as a special treat when we share music together.

I wonder if Nanna will let me share her recipe?
Do you have something you do to create a little bit of magic in your studio?

Anzacs

2 Responses to “Nanna’s Anzac Biscuits”

  1. Thembi Shears

    Along similar lines, fairy bread is a staple item at our Piano Parties and Concerts! I can only imagine the horror if I didn’t make it 😉

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